All things Raspberry Pi and Time Lapse

I recently bought a second Raspberry Pi to experiment with (and hopefully connect to a gertboard) while the original Raspberry Pi is taking pictures. And I decided to buy a case for this one. And in this post I am talking about a real case, as in a case meant for a Raspberry Pi and not  a security camera like my other Raspberry Pi is housed in. After lots of searching I finally found a case I liked, but it had bad reviews. So I decided against that one. I really liked the clear case idea because hiding the Raspberry Pi in a colored case seemed pointless. Then I found Built-toSpec’s case and I really liked it – except it was black or a somewhat transparent purple. On his website it mentioned that his custom laser services offered clear acrylic so I contacted him and ask how much it would cost for a clear version of the Raspberry Pi case. Turns out he had already made some that were clear. So I ordered a clear one and it arrived really fast. It took awhile to put together because of having to peel all of the protective layers off, but it went fast after that. It is held together by 4 screws in the ends and fits together nicely. It has slots in the top for the expansion pins and a slot for a GPIO cable.

The gertboard is supposedly being shipped by Newark. However, it was supposed to ship around the end of November, then that changed to first of November, and now it is back to end of November. So maybe by the end of the year I will have one… Hopefully…

Below are pictures of the Raspberry Pi in the case.

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Everything is accessible, but the Pi is still nicely protected. And it is clear and study. This case is awesome!

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Comments on: "Raspberry Pi case for test Pi" (5)

  1. Nice case. I’m almost finished building my 3d printer. Probably one of the first things I print will be a case. There are so many on thingiverse.

  2. […] Next two images are of the GPIO cable coming out of the case that I posted about previously. […]

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